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Virtual Functions

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Calling a Virtual Method from a Non-Virtual Method
by Venkata Edara
How can you tell which f2() will be invoked: A::f2() method or B::f2()?
Pure Virtual Functions Declared as Private in C++ Classes
by Alexander Ocher
How can a pure virtual function be private? Will the derived class be able to override it? Actually, it's possible for pure virtual functions to have any access modifier: private, protected, or public.
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